$10 for $20 Worth of Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa, and Accessories from Coffee For Less

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Starbucks-preferred provider sells artisanal coffee beans, chai tea, and hot cocoa

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Expires Mar 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per order. Valid online only. Not valid until 24 hours after feature ends. Shipping not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Coffee keeps people sharp in the morning so that they spend more time working and waste less time explaining how all those Froot Loops got into the toaster. Amuse fewer repairmen with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa, and Accessories

Fill mugs with piping-hot brews from 18 Baronet Coffee Donut Shop Blend coffee pods ($6.99), a 2.2-pound bag of Lavazza Gran Filtro coffee beans ($44.30), or a 25-count box of Ashby's darjeeling tea ($9.50).

Coffee For Less

Jack and Linda Kirshner believe coffee is an integral part of life—it's there when you wake up in the morning, at the end of a romantic dinner, or when you just need to destroy a possessed snowman. Though this vision has led the couple to found Coffee for Less, their journey began well before that. More than two decades ago, the Kirshners started their first company within their apartment's mocha-scented confines. The venture, named Coffee Serv, would eventually become one of the largest office coffee-service providers in Philadelphia.

Today, Coffee For Less serves as the online face for the Kirshners' company and fills kitchens across America with the aromas of fresh-brewed joe. A Starbucks-preferred office coffee provider, the online store also ships hand-ground Aloha Island coffee beans and coffee pods to homes and well-decorated caves. These items can brew within Coffee For Less's selection of appliances, which include Cuisinart coffeemakers.

Coffee For Less isn't content to just sell hot beverages, though. They also want to educate their patrons, and do so through articles about products and coffee-themed infographics. This effort to reach out echoes the company's charitable work, which includes a partnership with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the company's own Hit The Books scholarship, which they award to college students within the United States.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances
Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards